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Interdiscplinarity Funded Projects

This project seeks to embed and communicate interdisciplinarity opportunities for students up front through a programme of engaging activity that enables students to gain an interdisciplinary learning experience during Welcome Week (WW).

This project pilots a badging scheme aimed at increasing students' awareness of the skills they develop through small tasks and lab experiments in three chemistry modules.

The purpose of the Teaching Forum was to begin a conversation among teaching staff about the challenges we face, our own insecurities in talking about and addressing racism in the classroom, and how we might begin to create an anti-racist classroom that is inclusive of all of our students.

Following on from the WIHEA funded projects on Student Research and Internationalisation, this project seeks to investigate the cross-departmental perspective and the student experience of interdisciplinarity at Warwick, another key strand of the Education Strategy.

The Mapping Assessment Potential Project is a resource to help educators with their assessment needs, either to rethink their current assessment methods, but also for those who are developing a new programme or module from scratch.

An online decision-making tool and guidance resource will be developed to aid in the design of effective assessment, marking and feedback which is aligned to learning outcomes and encourages the development of employability skills.

In this project, two departments with a strong commitment to professionalism (Warwick Medical School and the Centre for Teacher Education) are collaborating to produce interactive and thought-provoking educational material relating to professional behaviours.

#KNOWHOW Project

Knowledge in the open web - heutagogical open weaving

In response to WIHEA's 2016/17 open call for learning and teaching projects, this project enabled collaborative partnerships between staff and students to directly improve learning experience by using a connectivist learning approach to evaluate, curate and create resources that enable students and staff alike to understand and access the learning opportunities available through open, connected practice.